Weathered old doors
I love photographing old buildings, especially the details. These doors suggest this building was once a garage - perhaps it still is.
Sadly there were no signs indicating what the building had been in its prime. Since it was next to a parking lot, I felt it was okay to poke my lens around and take a few shots.
Long hinges and dirty windows
The paint seems to be sticking to the hinges better than to the wood.
An addition on one end
Here's a view of the westerly side. The addition is also old and not nearly as attractive to my way of thinking as the original building, which was built of...
Stucco over bricks
bricks as you can see where the stucco has chipped away.
Two sides of the building are plain - no windows, no doors. But the front (the southerly side, which I saw first) has a window below and...
Above the roof
a window above, which I assume was originally a sort of sky light. (FYI: There's also a non-descript door.)
Anyone have an idea as to what this building once was?
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